What should you do if a firmware update goes wrong? Here’s a guide to avoid panic, whether your Mac is Intel, has a T2, or M-series chip, and for Studio Displays.
The M1 series shot from 4 performance cores to 16, Ventura turned up as an update instead of an upgrade, then there came cryptexes, System Settings and Stage Manager.
Apple has just released an update to its Studio Display firmware, bringing it to version 15.5 Build 19F80. […]
Although it’s hidden away, your Mac’s display can still be set to use a custom colour profile. Here’s how to do that
Can you replace an iMac Pro with a Mac Studio Max and Studio Display? For the last month I’ve been assessing this, and here’s my answer in full.
There’s evidence to suggest that original M1 Macs write more slowly to external SSDs in some configurations. Does this extend to later models with M1 Pro or Max chips?
It’s limited to 5 Gb/s, giving read rates of about 400 MB/s and writes at about 430 MB/s. Fine for Time Machine backups, but bad with NVMe drives.
New version now looks for connected Studio Displays and reports the firmware version of the first it finds.
An essential update for anyone with an Apple Studio Display, as it now checks their firmware and tells you when it’s out of date, even on multiple displays.
If you don’t want to leave Software Update to install updates automatically, here are the options for using softwareupdate, SilentKnight and silnite instead.